Document Type

Working Paper

Publication Date

2012

Abstract

Multilateral corporations’ activities span across global markets. Yet antitrust laws regulating those activities remain national. Europeans can ban American companies from merging, tell American companies how to design their products, or determine what kind of discounts American companies are permitted to offer to their customers. Chinese can impose conditions on off-shore mergers. And Brazilians can insist on reviewing a transaction with minimal connections to the Brazilian market.

Disciplines

Antitrust and Trade Regulation | International Trade Law | Law

Center/Program

European Legal Studies Center

Center/Program

Center on Global Governance

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